Electro Magnetic Interference known as EMI

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    Electro Magnetic Interference known as EMI

    I own a first floor flat which is one of four flats in this building the ground floor and the lower ground floor is occupied by a shop the shop uses CCTV Cameras for security purposes to keep an eye out for shoplifters this system of CCTV Cameras is causing EMI Electro Magnetic Interference with it's high magnetic field it is magnetizing electrical circuits throughout the building currently my central heating boiler is damaged as well as my radio other flats have also had problems four years ago I brought in Ofcom they asked the shopkeeper to stop using these CCTV Cameras I let my flat out the tenant has vacated and I know the shopkeeper never took any notice and still continues to use these cameras I understand the other three flats have been affected as well as the neighbouring properties my local petrol station operates similar cameras and they have had problems with neighbouring properties all I want is for the shopkeeper to stop using his CCTV Cameras, there is an interesting article on Wikipedia I would appreciate some assistance on this any thoughts please don't hesitate to throw some advice my direction.

    #2
    Quietly sell up without making a fuss, IIWY.

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      #3
      Try Google for legal cases
      I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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        #4
        I really don't buy it. "Magnetic field" from a CCTV camera causing a rather simple bit of electronics like a boiler circuit board to fail.

        I think not....

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          #5
          I'm prepared to believe EMI, but not from cameras.

          Or a wind-up by someone on someone...
          I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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            #6
            Originally posted by JK0 View Post
            Quietly sell up without making a fuss, IIWY.
            Personally I think that's sound advice I could sell it

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              #7
              Originally posted by AndrewDod View Post
              I really don't buy it. "Magnetic field" from a CCTV camera causing a rather simple bit of electronics like a boiler circuit board to fail.

              I think not....
              I have looked on Google and yes microwave cameras can cause this, this is real one of the answers suggested I check google.

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                #8
                Originally posted by theartfullodger View Post
                I'm prepared to believe EMI, but not from cameras.

                Or a wind-up by someone on someone...
                Not a wind up I checked Google and have found evidence microwave cameras can cause EMI I believe you suggested I check Google so thank you for the advice.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by theartfullodger View Post
                  I'm prepared to believe EMI, but not from cameras.

                  Or a wind-up by someone on someone...
                  Cameras causing EMI is found on the Google web site

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by AndrewDod View Post
                    I really don't buy it. "Magnetic field" from a CCTV camera causing a rather simple bit of electronics like a boiler circuit board to fail.

                    I think not....
                    I have found it now on Google Cameras can cause EMI this is real

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                      #11
                      You can find anything on google if you do an inverse search

                      So off the top of my head

                      Cabbages look like a brain and prevent brain cancer. Let's find out

                      [[Link removed]]

                      Lets try cabbages cause cancer

                      I found several hits for that too like

                      cabbages cause cancer:

                      [[Link removed]]

                      Now lets try Trump is an Alien

                      Proven by google too. Tick.

                      Or how about Jeremy Corbyn nearly our PM
                      thinks our food is full of rat hair, and
                      Invited Sheikh Raed Salah a fascist to tea in parliament
                      or Called Salah an “honoured citizen” after he called for a ‘global caliphate’
                      or Called terror groups Hamas and Hezbollah 'friends'.
                      or Attended a wreath ceremony for members of the terrorist group who carried out the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre
                      or Rushed to the defence of a cleric who blamed Israel for 9/11 after the Church of England reprimanded them
                      and so on

                      Yup you can find those too. Except he is a cabbage and they are true.

                      BUT Video Cameras do cause EMI ------ so does every light bulb, digital watch, computer mouse or tirch -- so yup, that's true too.

                      Its all true

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                        #12
                        I am annoyed at your response I came to the forum seeking assistance I have reported your comments to Landlordzone this is not a joke

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                          #13
                          From A level Physics, I seem to remember a magnetic force is created around any wire that passes an electrical current and is in proportion to that current, but it is not a very strong magnetic field.

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                            #14
                            Years ago ( ? '70s ?) there was a large computer installation in the Portsmouth area. One particular, large machine situated against the back (northerly) wall on the building tended to fall over early in the mornings, occasionally. Confused the usual engineers: Ditto UK specialists. Brought in US experts.. Turned out to be an experimental radar system on the hills above that was going through testing..

                            Only resolved by building an almost Faraday cage round it..
                            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faraday_cage

                            I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Paul 41 View Post
                              I am annoyed at your response I came to the forum seeking assistance I have reported your comments to Landlordzone this is not a joke
                              Glad to be reported. Hocus pocus always needs to be addressed.

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